From ​the Desk of ​Shaunae Miller-Uibo

 I first met Dr. Nottage when I won the Gold Medal in the World Junior Championship in 2010.  He was there again in Rio, Brazil at the Olympic Games after I won the Gold medal.  At both times he gave me encouraging words and inspired me to be the best I can be.

It is with great sadness that I embrace the news on the passing of one of the stalwarts of not just Bahamian Athletics, but a man who will go down in the annals of our history as a visionary and true leader.   Condolences to his family, the BAAA family and by extension, the Bahamas.

Rest in Peace Dr. Nottage

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Monday, 14 August 2017

IAAF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS LONDON 2017 FULFILLS ORIGINAL BID PROMISE TO BREAK RECORDS

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Monday, 14 August 2017

IAAF World Championships London 2017 - the most compelling and competitive championships of all time

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Saturday, 12 August 2017

Miller-Uibo claims bronze medal in women's 200m final

By Drew Farmer for Bahamas Athletics.  Shaunae Miller-Uibo rebounded from her fourth-place finish in the women's 400m final to claim the bronze medal in the women's 200m on Friday night. Miller-Uibo, who ...

Friday, 11 August 2017

American Phyllis Francis wins women's 400m as Bahamas Shaunae Miller-Ubio fades

By Drew Farmer Twitter @DrewMFarmer Facebook @DrewFarmerFreelance The women's 400m final was agony for the Bahamas Shaunae Miller-Uibo. The Olympic gold medalist had the finish line in her sights ...